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Bay Area book seller fights unconstitutional autograph law

May 11, 2017 I By PACIFIC LEGAL FOUNDATION

Bill Petrocelli is the owner of the chain of small bookstores in California called Book Passage. His popular community businesses is being threatened by a law that requires the sale of autograph books come with a certificate of authenticity for the signature as well as a supporting documents of personal information from the owners of the books. Petrocelli is fighting this law with the help of Pacific Legal Foundation saying that the law violates the constitution’s freedom of speech by limiting the spread of information as well as an unnecessary violation of people’s privacy rights.

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